This marking gauge has a rosewood stem--both ends and bottom are flat and has a rounded top. There is a flattened spur on the end. The fence has 1/4" thick rosewood facing possibly glued onto lighter wood body, possibly oak. There is a wooden set screw and the piece could be hand made.
This is a mahogany panel gauge with long square stem with a flattened out nail driven through one end. The mahogany triangular fence is adjusted with a set screw. There is a rabbet in the bottom of the fence. The stem is calibrated with horizontal lines in 1" increments on one side.
This grooving plane has a beechwood stock with an enclosed handle at the heel. There is a shelf on the left side. There are two parallel iron plates screwed to the stock with hand cut screws. One to the fixed depth stop fence and the other is a "steel sole" which runs parallel to the iron and has a shaving outlet around the iron.
This mortice gauge has a boxwood stem with adjustable brass rail secured by a brass thumbscrew. It is calibrated in 1/16" to 6" increments. The boxwood fence has a brass plate screwed to the inside edge. The brass set screw on the fence is in a brass tri-oval fitting.
This marking gauge has a stained wood (oak?) stem and fence with thumbscrew (boxwood?). The stem is calibrated in 1/8" to 6" increments. It has a simple spur and is hand made. There is an "X" carved above the spur on the stem and on the end of the stem. .
This marking gauge has a wooden stem graduated in 1/8". It ends in a rounded tip. There is a pointed steel spur secured in a round peg inserted in the bottom of the stem. There is a molded wooden fence secured by wooden thumb screw.
This chisel has a eavy octagonal handle welded to a steel gouge-type curved blade that is beveled on the outside edge. The head is flattened from use. There is a forge seam down the center of the top of the handle.
This side bead plane has a beechwood stock. The top of the heel is rounded and there is a shelf on the right. There is an open bed on the right and a standard blade and wedge. There is a side bead molding profile and boxed with boxwood insert.
This mahogany (?) plow plane has an adjustable fence. The handle is mortised into the stock and there is a narrow cutting iron with open throat. There is a steel depth stop screwed to stock. The fence has threaded wood posts through the stock with washers and turned wood nuts.